February 13th, 2020 • 21 mins 54 secs • Download (17.8 MB) • Link with Timestamp
At the time of this posting, Presidents’ Day is right around the corner. The Constitution gives instructions and limits on power, including the President’s power. But how does the Presidency relate to the local states? Former Utah state representative Ken Ivory joins Across the States to discuss this intersection. Ivory currently serves as the Chair of the ALEC Center to Restore the Balance in Government — a research center focused on promoting federalism.
Purchase Ivory’s book “Where’s the Line?” here: https://www.amazon.com/Wheres-Line-States-Protect-Constitution-ebook/dp/B01N9UUBZQ/ref=sr_1_2?keywords=where%27s+the+line+ken+ivory&qid=1581089974&sr=8-2.
Or, read the digital-only version here: http://3greatrights.com/wherestheline.html.
Check out the ALEC Center to Restore the Balance in Government here: https://www.alec.org/policy-center/center-to-restore-the-balance-of-government/.